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The Fairfield Inn by Marriott Seattle SeaTac Airport is located 1 mile South of Seattle Tacoma International Airport with easy access to I-5 and I-405. We offer 24-hour complimentary shuttle to and from Sea-Tac Airport. Courtesy phones are located on the 3rd floor of the parking garage. Enjoy our complimentary continental breakfast, featuring our delicious chicken sausages, scrambled eggs, and our build your own Belgian waffles. Enjoy all that Seattle has to offer; Seattle Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Mt. Rainier and the Boeing Museum of Flight, just to name a few. We are only 12 miles from Safeco Field and Centurylink Field. We do offer Cruise Packages.
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I flew into SEATAC at about 12:30 AM. The free pick-up only took 15 minutes. The free breakfast included OJ, fruit, eggs, meat and all the other basics.
Hot water was a little spotty, probably due to the renovation.
I recently stayed two nights as I was attending an event in Tacoma. I chose an airport location as I had a late arriving flight and early departing flight. The shuttle was prompt upon my arrival to Sea-Tac. The front desk staff was very friendly...More
The hotel is run down and showing its age. I was disappointed to discover it was the shabbiest building along the strip with all the other hotels. I'm a Marriott member so I remain loyal to the brand but I won't pick this place again.More
Date of stay: September 2018
Response from GodfreyR20, General Manager at Fairfield Inn Seattle Sea-Tac AirportResponded 2 November 2018
Thank you for staying with us and giving us your honest feedback regarding our hotel. We are currently on our full renovation and will receive the fresh and new look of Fairfield Inn's. We hope that you get to visit us again and...More
There is a lot of construction going on at the hotel but it was hard to figure out was was being worked on besides the parking lot. There wasn't a lot of parking and a bit of a pain arriving in the middle of the...More
Date of stay: October 2018
Response from GodfreyR20, General Manager at Fairfield Inn Seattle Sea-Tac AirportResponded 26 October 2018
Thank you for staying with us and leaving us your feedback regarding our hotel. Please accept my sincere apology for any inconvenience our renovation had cause you. We are expected to be done by early next year and we hope you get to...More
This inn should have shut down while in construction. It was a nightmare parking, unloading luggage and overall state of inn. It has a makeshift check in and kitchen. No lobby whatever to meet your group.
Though my room was okay the overall experience is...More
Date of stay: October 2018
Response from GodfreyR20, General Manager at Fairfield Inn Seattle Sea-Tac AirportResponded 10 October 2018
Thank you for staying with us and leaving us your honest feedback regarding our hotel. Please accept my sincere apology for the renovation being done as we try to improve our hotel with the fresh and new look of Fairfield Inn's. Once again,...More
We walked from the Hilton to Gregory's to eat early in the mornings & also around 5 p.m. several times. Did not notice anyone who didn't look as tho' they belonged there, getting off the bus, to go to work, for example. Area... More
We walked from the Hilton to Gregory's to eat early in the mornings & also around 5 p.m. several times. Did not notice anyone who didn't look as tho' they belonged there, getting off the bus, to go to work, for example. Area kept clean and not many persons around at all. We are familiar with "bad" areas in Toledo area and this neighborhood facing the busy Blvd. APPEARS to be calm. Of course, seniors wouldn't be out after dark, walking, anyway. Hope this helps.